How to Play Around Unstoppable Rage?

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  1. October 20, 2018

    […] This card was released to impact the meta which during the months of May until October 2018 was heavily influenced by Nix-Ox combo decks, by decks running three copies of Tullius’ Conscription and many 1-2 cost creatures, as well as by decks running Unstoppable Rage. […]

  2. December 23, 2018

    […] called luring them into shadow. The best current example of this that I can think of now is in an Unstoppable Rage deck. Shadow is perfect for Rage effects for several […]

  3. June 18, 2019

    […] you can use items, like Sword of the Inferno, Squish the Wimpy, Quicksilver Crossbow or Unstoppable Rage to trigger the Defiler’s ability multiple times per turn. This allows you to pull back even […]

  4. June 20, 2019

    […] the shadow lane if you think that you can continue to dictate trades in field. Be very careful to play around Unstoppable Rage and avoid having more than two creatures in Shadow Lane, if you think your opponent might run […]

  5. October 1, 2019

    […] opponent’s deck also contains the red Strength attribute, expect your opponent to be running Unstoppable Rage in their […]

  6. December 6, 2019

    […] continue to play and hope to see you around on ladder or in one of the upcoming gauntlets! Irony: Unstoppable Rage in an alt art version is the prize for participating in this weekend’s […]

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